|Type:||Concrete Push Float|
|Included Handle:||without Handle|
|Blade Length:||48 in|
|Blade Width:||8 in|
|Blade Thickness:||3⁄4 in|
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Eliminate surface irregularities on a wet concrete surface or apply and smooth grout when tiling a wall or floor with these floats and darbies. These tools have a flat, rectangular face with one or more handles on the back and a layer of material, such as wood, rubber, plastic, foam, or magnesium, on the front for use in specific applications.
Larger than a hand float or darby, bull floats are typically glided along the surface of a wet concrete slab after it has been screeded to push larger aggregate down into the concrete and allow smoother concrete paste to rise to the surface. Bull floats have a long, detachable handle that provides more reach than a hand float and allows the operator to use the tool while standing.